Discover the rolling vineyards of the Barossa Valley as you tuck into delicious local wines and seasonal produce in one of Australia’s most cultural regions. As well as exploring the rich bounty of the Valley, you’ll get to traverse the beautiful Adelaide Hills, getting to know quaint villages along the way. In particular, you’ll get up close and personal with historic Hahndorf, with its unique Bavarian charm. The Barossa Valley and Hahndorf Tour will give you the perfect introduction to this charming region.
Operates: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
Adult from: $180
Child from: $107
Infant from: $0
Child prices are available for children aged 3 - 14 years. Infants under 3 years travel free on the lap of a parent. Please, keep in mind that there are no children’s activities and minors under 18 years are not permitted to sample any alcohol.
It may not always be possible to visit the wineries described in the itinerary. In this instance, we will visit an alternative winery to offer you a similar experience.
We’ll start in Adelaide, where you’ll get to discover some of the impressive, historic homesteads of the area. Marvel at the swathes of beautiful scenery in this region as we make our way to the Barossa Valley, stopping to admire the incredible views from Menglers Hill.
We’ll arrive at the grand Jacob’s Creek Visitors Centre, one of Australia’s best-known wine producers. While here, you’ll get to enjoy a delicious morning tea, wine tasting and learn more about the famous winery with a tour.
Then marvel at the swathes of beautiful scenery in this region as we make our way to the Barossa Valley, stopping to admire the incredible views from Menglers Hill. For lunch, we’ll tuck into a delicious two-course meal and, of course, more wine tastings at Lambert Estate.
Next is a drive past the Herbig Family Tree at Springton where the Herbig family lived. And then we make our way to Hahndorf. This is Australia’s oldest German settlement and features many quaint Bavarian touches – think old, elm-lined streets, charming cottages, craft shops and galleries, and plenty of pubs selling traditional German ales.
We’ll also call into the Beerenberg Farm shop to learn the history of this iconic farm and explore their range of artisanal jams and relishes. On the way back to Adelaide, you’ll get to enjoy Adelaide Hills’ cute villages, including Crafers, Stirling, Aldgate, and Bridgewater.
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